How much is Barry Gibb worth? $90 Million
How did Barry Gibb earn his money and wealth?
Sir Barry Alan Crompton Gibb was born on 1 September 1946, in Jane Crookall Maternity Home, Douglas, Isle of Man to parents Hugh Gibb, a drummer, and Barbara Gibb. He is a 71-year-old British singer, songwriter, musician and record producer. He belongs to an English, Irish, and Scottish descent. He is the second child of the five siblings. He was hospitalized for two and a half months when he was two years old as he was badly burnt. He studied at different schools named Braddan school, Tynwald Street Infants School, and Demesne Road Boys School as they kept re-locating to different cities. He was brought up in Manchester
He married Maureen Bates on 22 August 1966 and they divorced in 1970. He later married Linda Ann Gray on1 September 1970 and they have 5 children. He co-founded one of most successful and commercial popular music group “the Rattlesnakes” which later evolved and was called “Bee Gees” in 1960.
The name of the group is in tribute to the two persons who helped them launch themselves, named Bill Goode, an ace track promoter and a DJ named Bill Gates. His specialty is falsetto singing voice. He is the second most successful songwriter in the history as recorded by Guinness World Records.
He along with his brothers was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in the year 1994 and three years later in 1997, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. His band “Bee Gees” has sold over 220 million albums worldwide and has 22 studio releases.
Top Barry Gibb songs with the group Bee Gees are “Too Much Heaven,” “Tragedy,” “Lonely Days,” “I Started a Joke,” “To Love Somebody,” “Run to Me,” “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” “Jive Talkin’,” “How Deep is Your Love,” and “Stayin’ Alive.” In 1967, he released “Spicks and Specks” which ranked number 1 on charts He is currently the only living member of the group Bee Gees.
What are the highest grossing albums of Barry Gibb?
One Night Only with the Bee Gees (1998): (9 million copies) $10,000,000
Still Waters with the Bee Gees (1997): (5 million copies) $5,400,000
High Civilization with the Bee Gees (1991): (575,000 copies) $590,000
E.S.P. with the Bee Gees (1987): (1.2 million copies) $1,400,000
Living Eyes with the Bee Gees (1981): (750,000 copies) $830,000
Spirits Having Flown with the Bee Gees (1979): (16 million copies) $17,000,000
Here at Last… Bee Gees… Live with the Bee Gees (1977): (4.6 million copies) $4,900,000
Children of the World with the Bee Gees (1976): (2.5 million copies) $2,700,000
Idea with the Bee Gees (1968): (1 million copies) $1,010,000
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